By Job Bwire
FUFA executive led by the president, Lawrence Mulindwa, has been dragged to Nakawa High Court by Zubairi Galiwango, who contends that their continued stay in office is illegal, null and void.
Sued alongside Mulindwa are Moses Magogo, Anthony Kimuli, Mujib Kasule, Chris Kalibbala, Patrick Egwal, Livingstone Kyambadde, Issa Magoola, Edgar Watson Suubi and FUFA Super League Ltd.
According to the plaint, Galiwango wants the entire federation disbanded to pave way for fresh elections.
He alleges that the defendants ceased to be executive members of FUFA when the general assembly of FUFA was dissolved on August 25. He wants court to issue a permanent injunction, restraining the defendants from holding the said offices.
Galiwango also alleges acts of forgery and fraud by the executive.
However, Mulindwa through his lawyers, wants court to dismiss the case on grounds that the plaintiff’s application is invalid and that the Nakawa court has no jurisdiction over the case.
The suit follows complaints that FUFA delegates amended their constitution which dissolved all components that constitute the integral parts that form the embattled federation.
Nakawa High Court registrar Muse Musimbi, who presided over the case, adjourned the matter to October 25 when he will decide whether to dismiss or continue hearing it.